ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live is movin’ on up. After airing

at midnight since 2003, ABC’s late-night talk show is

moving up to 11:35 p.m. beginning in January. Kimmel

will compete directly against David Letterman and Jay

Leno. ABC’s Nightline will move to 12:35 a.m. Nightline

will also begin airing in primetime, at 9 p.m. Fridays,

beginning March 1. The news comes

just as Kimmel has signed a two-year

extension with ABC…CBS reports that

the new season of Survivor will include

three players back for a second

chance: Jonathan Penner, Michael

Skupin and Russell Swan. All three have

previously had to be disqualified due to

medical issues…. FOX has given a pilot production commitment to an untitled

Universal TV project from the Parks and Recreation duo

of Mike Schur and Dan Goor. Schur has also just inked

a two year overall deal with Universal TV that will keep

him on board as showrunner of “Parks and Rec” as well

as developing new projects….NBC’s The Office will end

its run after the upcoming ninth season. Longtime exec

producer Greg Daniels said the decision was driven by

creative concerns, not commercial considerations. The

Office has the youngest average audience (under 36 years

old) of any scripted show on ABC, CBS or NBC, and is

also the NBC’s biggest DVR gainer in live+7 ratings,

jumping 46% from a 2.8 rating to 4.1.